Maibritt Ulvedal Bjelke

  21.03. – 3.06.2017

 Galerie Pugliese levi - Auguststraße  62  10117 Berlin

Maibritt Ulvedal Bjelke was born in 1967 in Copenhagen. She arrived at the École ­nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris from Denmark in the late eighties, where she ­studied painting until 1993. Paris having been her home and “work centre” for more than 25 years, in 2011 she moved to St Leonards-On-Sea in England, where she currently lives and works.

Maibritt Ulvedal Bjelke has been invited to participate in a number of artists’ residencies around the world, including The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation in Connecticut (2007) and The Mark Rothko Foundation Centre in Latvia (2009).

Her work has been shown in numerous exhibitions in France (Galerie Maria Lund, Zürcher, Suzanne Tarasiève) — in Denmark (Galleri Weinberger, Banja Rathnov Galleri & Kunsthandel) — in Switzerland (Galerie Proarta) and in the United States (DCA Gallery). She was also a Prize Winner at the Galerie Municipale de Vitry-sur-Seine, Paris, in 1999. Her work is present in a number of important international ­collections, including the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, Mark Rothko Centre, Cerrutti, Giorgio Armani France, General Motors, Copenhagen Art Foundation.

Shaun McDowell​ `​Islands of Ours​´​ at Titanic - Belfast, April - Ma​y ​ 2017

Islands of Ours
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brings together an ambitious body of new work by British painter Shaun McDowell.
Shaun McDowell​
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has always aspired to make an exhibition in Belfast, where he is excited by what he calls
 “a landscape of movement and enterprise, of colourful past and bright future - a city simmering with potential”



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Sturiale Contemporary Arts together with Khalifa + Sturiale Projects

would like to extend our seasonal greetings and best wishes for the
coming new year.

Image : Niels Nedergård, Courtesy of Galleri Tom Christoffersen / Copenhagen.



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